Fainted while taking blood in the UK – British girl GP was pricked by a needle

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Fainting from blood draw

I have fainted three times so far, including this time today. The first time was when I was a child, and I fainted in the hospital when I was taking blood. I heard the doctors and nurses tell me to hurry up, and when I woke up again, I was lying on the bed to rest. .

The second time was when I had lunch with my sister and brother-in-law in the cafeteria of China Agricultural University in Beijing. I opened a can and cut my hand. Then I fainted and lay on the dining table for a long time before I woke up.

The third time was today when I went to the GP for a blood draw. I am naturally afraid of blood draws and needles. Today I fainted when the needle was inserted into my arm. The doctor said that this is because the body’s organs tighten the blood, resulting in less blood flowing to the brain and lowering blood pressure.

Three weeks ago, I accidentally missed a step. My ankle started to hurt when I woke up the next day. I took painkillers. Then I couldn’t stand it anymore and called my GP, who made an appointment for an X-ray examination at the hospital a week later. However, After three days, my feet no longer hurt, and I felt it was unnecessary, so I called and canceled the appointment for an X-ray at the hospital.

Two weeks ago, my new braces caused my gums to hurt intermittently, and then this week I got the flu, which was infected by my wife and children, and I had a fever and cold. It’s true that misfortunes never come singly.

Yesterday morning, my foot suddenly hurt again, so I felt that I had to go to the doctor for a check-up anyway.

In the past three weeks, I have often been woken up by pain in the morning, which is really uncomfortable. In comparison, when I am not sick, I am really happy when I am woken up by my little brother early in the morning (of course, sometimes I am also woken up by my naughty wife).

British girl’s GP was pricked with a needle

Today I went to the GP for a checkup and blood draw. The doctor was a very young lady from the UK. She couldn’t find my blood vessels during the blood draw. Later, when I got home, the GP called me and said that she accidentally got the needle used to draw my blood on her finger. It was a prick. For the sake of insurance (also in accordance with the procedure, for her safety), he asked me to go back to draw blood to check for HIV, hepatitis B and other infectious diseases. The doctor asked me if I could go back today. I said that I was very weak after the blood draw, but I promised him He said I had nothing to reassure the young lady. I made an appointment to go back next Tuesday to smoke a few more tubes. See you soon. I hope that young lady won’t have trouble sleeping or eating in the past two days.

How many hours does it take for AIDS blockers to be effective (and they have to be taken for 28 consecutive days) in terms of the psychological shadow of the young lady at the moment.

A friend said, “Although you are also quite miserable, I think that young lady has a sense of beauty, strength, and misery.”

NHS free medical care in the UK

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